neuropsychological love



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  • adj. Of or pertaining to neuropsychology, the relation or combination of brain and mind

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Pertaining to, or of the nature of, neuropsychology.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. of or concerned with neuropsychology


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neuro- +‎ psychological or neuropsychology +‎ -ical


  • Each child treated at the Roberts Center will have the opportunity to enroll in studies examining the long-term neuropsychological and developmental effects of proton therapy.

    Proton Therapy

  • In fact, Wechsler's scales remain the most popular, but there are many other widely-used tests to choose from, and these tests uniformly are based on theories of intelligence and neuropsychological processing.

    Scott Barry Kaufman, Ph.D.: Intelligent Testing

  • For some surgeons, artists, executives—even police officers—a well-chosen tune can trigger a bit of neuropsychological alchemy that helps carry them through a crucial moment.

    Cranking Up Your Private Pep Rally

  • Experience with Wechsler tests and familiarity with neuropsychological measures

    Practicum Training

  • Children whose medical condition or treatment is placing them at risk for neuropsychological problems

    Programs and Services - Psychiatry and Behavioral Science

  • Initial evaluation includes taking a detailed history of the nature of the seizures, performing a neurological exam to look for clues regarding where seizures may begin, performing a brain MRI scan and a brain MEG scan, recording some seizures in the epilepsy monitoring unitand neuropsychological testing.

    Pediatric Regional Epilepsy Program Services

  • Making referrals for detailed neuropsychological evaluations

    Oncology Psychosocial Services

  • The Assessment and Neuropsychology Service provides outpatient neuropsychological evaluations for patients with a wide range of medical, genetic, and neurologic conditions.

    Practicum Training

  • To be considered for this position, students are expected to have completed basic didactic training and clinical experience in intelligence and academic testing, have experience working with children, and preferably some experience with neuropsychological assessment measures.

    Practicum Training

  • The practicum provides students with extensive experience administering neuropsychological measures to pediatric oncology patients and interpreting the findings to address potential cognitive effects of their disease and/or treatment.

    Practicum Training


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